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One of the UK's leading Ballet Companies. To commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War, English National Ballet revive their "moving and ambitious" (The Independent) triptych reflecting the experiences of those who fought, and those who stayed behind. The programme features works by two Sadler's Wells Associate Artists: Russell Maliphant's Second Breath, in which 20 dancers rise and fall, and Akram Khan's award-winning Dust which is "full of pain and power" (The Independent), as well as Liam Scarlett's No Man's Land ? evoking the entwined destinies of the soldiers and munition workers. English National Ballet - Lest We Forget: No Man's Land/Second Breath/Dust website
.Performers Alina Cojocaru (No Man's Land), Isaac Hernandez (No Man's Land), Erina Takahashi (No Man's Land), Fabian Reimair (No Man's Land), Crystal Costa (No Man's Land), Aitor Arrieta (No Man's Land), Alina Cojocaru (Second Breath), Junor Souza (Second Breath), Tamara Rojo (Dust), James Streeter (Dust), Fabian Reimair (Dust).
Choreographer Liam Scarlett (No Man's Land). Music Franz Liszt (No Man's Land). Music Gavin Sutherland (Arrangement/Orchestration - No Man's Land). Design JJon Bausor (No Man's Land). Lighting Paul Keogan (No Man's Land). Choreographer Russell Maliphant (Second Breath). Lighting Michael Hulls (Second Breath). Music Andy Cowton (Second Breath). Music Ben Foskett (Orchestration - Second Breath). Costume Stevie Stewart (Second Breath). Choreographer Akram Khan (Dust). Director Akram Khan (Dust). Music Jocelyn Pook (Dust). Design Sander Loonen (Set - Dust). Design Kime Nakano (Dust). Lighting Fabiana Piccioli (Dust). Dramaturg Ruth Little (Dust).
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